Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery

Art Gallery at STCC

The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery presents approximately six exhibits each academic year featuring works by artists of local and national repute, as well as STCC student work. All exhibits are supported in part by funding from STCC Student Activities. The gallery is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible.

$3YM@UR featured in black history month exhibit at Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery, B28

Springfield-born Marlon Seymour, also known as $3YM@UR, will be the featured solo artist during a special black history month exhibition entitled, “Gentrification,” at STCC’s Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts, located in B28.

The exhibit will run through Friday, Feb. 24, with three special events: a reception for the STCC community scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and a special master class for fine arts students on February 21, and an evening reception and closing celebration on Thursday, Feb. 23 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend and meet the artist.

Black History Month Image 1

“Gentrification,” highlights $3YM@UR’s diversity of artistic exploration with 12 very large, colorful paintings made up of richly abundant saturated colors and vivid faces. Growing up in poverty, Seymour had little resources for fun between caring for his siblings and helping around the house. Originating as a hobby, and inspired by life’s lessons, painting was a way of escaping from the stress of everyday life.

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Born Marlon Seymour in Springfield, MA in 1978, he lost his mother at an early age and was adopted by his aunt. In 9th grade, he began hanging out in the streets. Seymour managed to refrain from a stereotypical lifestyle of a black man growing up in a bad environment by turning to music and painting. Today, a devoted father and abstract artist, Seymour is a man obsessed with his work and fixated by art. Self taught and still unveiling his true potential, he has painted over 700 works of art.

SPECIAL THANKS TO:Vonetta Lightfoot of Multicultural Affairs and the Black Professional Group of STCC); Rosemary Tracy Woods of the Art of the Soul Gallery in Springfield; and STCC’s School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences for all their support for the arts at STCC.

Black History Month Image 3

This exhibit is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible. The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2

Call for Exhibition Proposals

The college invites all area artists, photographers, video and installation artists to an open call for exhibition proposals to present and/or produce an exhibition in collaboration with the fine arts gallery.


Building 28, first floor, on the Pearl Street side of the STCC campus.


Tuesday through Friday 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm

Or by appointment

Gallery phone: 413-755-5258
Gallery email:

Open Call for Exhibition Proposals

Contact Information:

Sondra Peron
Gallery Coordinator, Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
Adjunct/Photography, Fine Arts Department
Darkroom/Office: Building 17, Room 508

Mailing Address:

Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
Springfield Technical Community College, 
One Armory Square Suite 1
P.O.Box 9000, Springfield, MA 01102-9000